Mario Splivalo wrote:
> I understand that VACUUM FULL in 9.0 copies all the data, but is it OK
> that plain vacuum in 9.0 is slower than in 8.4?
It should be faster for tables with a lot of junk in them, but the new
VACUUM FULL is likely to be slower for ones that are already clean.
Note that one thing to be aware of is that depending on where you got
your 9.0 from, it may be compiled with debugging and assertion calls
that can slow certain operations down quite a bit. If you try this at a
postgres=# show debug_assertions;
And that's on, you can expect that copy of 9.0 to be significantly
slower at a number of things than a similar 8.4.
Greg Smith 2ndQuadrant US Baltimore, MD
PostgreSQL Training, Services and Support
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